@laythy29's picture of Arsene Wenger was taken from the Huddersfield press box moments before the final whistle at his final game in charge on Sunday, May 13, 2018.
As today is the anniversary of Arsene Wenger being appointed Arsenal boss in 1996 what are YOUR favorite memories of the Frenchman?
Here's Gooner Fanzine editor Layth Yousif as he recalls some of his favourite memories...
Having watched approx 90 per cent of the 1235 games Arsene Wenger took charge at Arsenal, as a supporter and as a journalist I'd simply like to say thanks for the memories.
My favourite Arsene memories as a journalist covering the club were of listening to him during London Colney pressers speaking on subjects as diverse as economics of football, diet, freedom of movement, African politics, discussing youth players in forensic detail - but especially his wry and knowing smile every time we beat Spurs.
My favourite Arsenal game under Arsene?
Too many. Where do you start? Everton, Highbury, May 98, Newcastle, Wembley, 98, Liverpool, 4-2, Highbury, 2004, Real Madrid, Bernabeu, 2006.
The 5-3 vs Middlesbrough in August 2004, the 7-0 vs Everton at Highbury in 2005, the 4-2 vs Wigan on the last-ever day at Highbury - I'm sure you've all got your favourite personal memories.
For me though, I would have to say being at White Hart Lane on April 25, 2004, to see the soon-to-be Invincibles win the Premier League has to be No1.
Most disappointing games I've seen under Wenger?
Villa Park, 1999, FA Cup semi-final replay vs United. Copenhagen vs Galatasary in 2000. Barcelona, Champions League final in Paris, 2006. Bradford, the three 5-1s vs Bayern Munich. 6-1, 8-2 vs United. 5-1 vs Spurs, Chelsea in Cardiff in 2007.